Bachelor Degree in Human Resources and Management (BHRM)


Overview

Bachelor Degree in Human Resources Management Programme aims to delevop an understanding and critical appreciation of the theories, tools and techniques of leadership and Management of most valued assets in the organization that will enable graduates to more effectively participate in leading organization change. In doing to, the programme seeks to improve the quality of Human Resource Management as a profession. It is expected that the candidates graduating with Bachelor of Human Resource Management programme will be able to use their theoretical knowledge in combination with practical skills or experience to solve the real-life problems related to people’s management and in that way meet industrial and societal needs.

What you'll study

Semester 1

  • Human resource management - HRU 07101
  • Development studies - HRU 07102
  • Communication skills and report writing - HRU 07103
  • Principles and practice management - HRU 07104
  • Administrative laws - HRU 07105
  • Business information system - HRU 07106

Semester 2

  • Local government administration - HRU 07207
  • Public administration - HRU 07208
  • Financial accounting - HRU 07209
  • Principles of economics - HRU 07210
  • Business mathematics and statistics - HRU 07211

Semester 1

  • Public service delivery - HRU 07312
  • Change and organizational development - HRU 07313
  • Strategic human resource management - HRU 07314
  • Industrial relations - HRU 07315
  • Financial management - HRU 07316
  • Organizational behavior - HRU 07317

Semester 2

  • Labour law - HRU 07418
  • Human Resource Planning - HRU 07419
  • Office Practice and Records Managements - HRU 07420
  • Recruitment and Selection - HRU 07421
  • Research Methodology - HRU 07422
  • Field Report - HRU 07423

Semester 1

  • Workforce Training and Development - HRU 08101
  • Human Resource Performance Management - HRU 08102
  • Human Resource Information System - HRU 08103
  • Business Entrepreneurship Skills - HRU 08104
  • Human Resource Consultancy - HRU 08105

Semester 2

  • Project management - HRU 08206
  • Public policy - HRU 08207
  • Compensation and benefits management - HRU 08208
  • Human resource auditing - HRU 08209
  • Workplace health and safety management - HRU 08210
  • International human resource management - HRU 08211

Entry Requirements

Form Six (VI)

  1. Two principal passes in the following subjects: History, Geography, Kiswahili, English Language, French, Arabic, Fine Art, Economics, Commerce, Accountancy Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Advanced Mathematics, Agriculture, Computer Science or Nutrition.
  2. The two principal passes MUST make an aggregate of 4.0 points as a minimum or Foundation Programme of the OUT with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

NTA LEVEL 6

Diploma in Human Resources and Management, Tourism and Hospitality, Marketing, International Relations and Diplomacy, Logistics and Planning, Clearing and Forwarding, Procurement and Logistics Management, Business Management, Social Work, Sociology, Records and Information Management, Secretarial Studies, Office Management, Education, Law, Public Administration, Library and Information Studies, Criminal investigation, Gender and Development, Local Governance, Labour Studies, Political Science, Development Studies, Information Studies, Journalism, Community Development, Social Studies with an average of “B’’ or a minimum GPA of 3.0 or Foundation Programme of the OUT with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

1,733,000 TZS

  • EAC Fee 700.00 USD
    SADC Fee 750 USD
    Other Fee 900.00 USD
  • Language English
  • Study Type Undergraduate
  • Level Bachelor Degree
  • Modes Full Time
  • Intakes October